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Talk show host Wendy Williams enjoyed shooting her Resident magazine cover so much that she practically moved into the indoor-outdoor lounge where the session went down.
For incredible close up views of the Empire State Building (and the New York City skyline), head up 18 floors to the very expansive Monarch Rooftop. Amid stylish surrounds you’ll find a fireplace, warm cocktails, and a transparent winter enclosure that ensures you can still take in all the sights no matter how low the thermometer plunges.
Perched above Harald Square and in the shadow of the Empire State Building is Monarch Rooftop Lounge. Doors open at 4pm. There is no cover charge if you make a reservation in advance. Table reservations are required for guaranteed entry. (On game day there will be a $20 cover for men and $10 cover for ladies without a reservation.)
This Three Meat Chili from Monarch Rooftop & Indoor Lounge in Manhattan, is a great winter time dish, as it’s hardy and warm. Paired with a bottle of wine, the dish is great as a starter or can be made into a meal with a good loaf of bread.
Monarch Rooftop & Indoor Lounge’s Super Bowl viewing party comes with iconic rooftop views of Midtown Manhattan. Watch the game at one of the 10 large-screen TVs, as you order fan favorites like jalapeno poppers, a three-bean chili, and an exclusive Game Day Marg. Tickets are $10 in advance or $20 at the door.